Rhashan looked at Verbal & Non-Verbal Communication in a scene, working onstage with Masterclass members on the following two pieces:

‘To Be Or Not to Be’ speech from Shakespeare’s Hamlet 

Love & Information by Caryl Churchill

About Rhashan

Rhashan Stone’s prolific career encompasses extensive theatre, film & television credits.

His theatre work includes: All About Eve (Noel Coward Theatre), The Strange Death of John Doe and The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide To Capitalism & Socialism (Hampstead Theatre), Our Town (Almeida Theatre), Love and Information and Clubland (Royal Court Theatre), Southwark Fair, The Red Balloon, Sweeney Todd (National Theatre), Trance (Bush Theatre), Simply Heavenly (Young Vic & Trafalgar Studios), The Inland Sea (Oxford Stage Company at Wilton’s Music Hall), Henry VI Parts I - III, Richard III,  Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet and Camino Real (RSC), A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum and Merry Wives of Windsor (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), The Tempest and Present Laughter (West Yorkshire Playhouse), As You Like It (Cheek By Jowl World Tour), Animal Crackers (Manchester Royal Exchange), Happy End (Nottingham Playhouse), Chasing The Moment (NT Studio/BAC/Pleasance) and Five Guys Named Moe (Lyric Theatre West End).

Television credits include: Keeping Faith Series 2, Delicious Series 2 & 3, Carters Get Rich, Apple Tree Yard, The A Word, Boomers, Agatha Raisin, Ballot Monkeys, 24 - Live Another Day, Bluestone 42, The Smoke, The Home Office, City Hall, Silk, Black Mirror, Strikeback, Episodes, The Land Girls, The Armstrong & Miller Show, Taking the Flak, Mutual Friends, Outnumbered, Bike Squad, Love Soup, Perfect Day I & II, Bodies, Fifteen Stories High, The Detectives, Goodnight Sweetheart and Desmonds.

His films include: Three and Out, Wondrous Oblivion and Blind Date.